Mr. Jaju said that complaints were being received about the delay in the updating of data, but after the filing of data was centralised these problems would not be there.
The data files of the Stamps and Registration Department will be centralised within two months and synchronised with the central system daily, Secretary for Information Technology and Computers Sanjay Jaju, said in Vijayawada on Monday.
At the end of the day-long regional conference of Joint Collectors, those associated with Mee Seva services in Vijayawada on Monday, Mr. Jaju said that complaints were being received about the delay in the updating of data, but after the filing of data was centralised these problems would not be there. The request to de-classify the Gannavaram Information Technology Special Economic Zone to a simple IT Park would be examined, Mr. Jaju said. The rules would be modified to attract more companies. While 2 lakh square feet was developed at the IT SEZ only 20,000 square feet has been occupied, he said.
The number of services being extended to the public through Mee Seva would be increased from the present 34 to 100 by year-end in all 23 districts. The Mee Seva began with just 10 services ten months ago.
Mee Seva was doing 70,000 transactions per day, the target was to reach one lakh transaction per day by year-end, that was equal to three crore transactions a year, Mr. Jaju said. Once the Adangal copies were put in the public domain, requests for corrections would come and the records would soon be cleared of errors. The digital signature system under implementation and unique in the world, he observed.